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  • type genus of the Otididae: European bustard
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  • United States inventor who manufactured the first elevator with a safety device (1811-1861)
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New York Times bestselling author/artist Loren Long creates an unforgettable children’s classic.
Otis is a special tractor. He loves his farmer and he loves to work. And he loves the little calf in the next stall, whom he purrs to sleep with his soft motor. In fact, the two become great friends: they play in the fields, leap hay bales, and play ring-around-the-rosy by Mud Pond.
But when Otis is replaced with the big yellow tractor, he is cast away behind the barn, unused, unnoticed . . . until the little calf gets stuck in Mud Pond. Then there is only one tractor—and it’s not big or yellow—who can come to the rescue. It is little old Otis who saves his friend. It is Otis who saves the day.
In a wonderful new palette, and in the tradition of classics like Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel and The Story of Ferdinand, Loren Long has crafted an unforgettable new story—and character—celebrating the power of friendship and perseverance.

Otis Hanging Chad

Otis Hanging Chad
This wall encloses some facilities alongside the parking structure. It was designed to echo the funny little windows on the original building that was on the site Otis purchased when it abandoned its old building in Westlake.

Due to their shape and spacing, the funny little windows in the old building have been compared with punches in old computer cards. The building was indeed built by IBM, though given its proximity to LAX they might also have been made small for sound proofing.

In the rare chance that the Kultur Police might storm the building with pitchforks and torches, Otis will certainly have some really nice rifle slits all ready for whatever action becomes necessary to deter the mob.

Otis Says Hi

Otis Says Hi
Otis is simply the best dog in the world!

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Otis and the Tornado
Otis and his farm friends are enjoying a summer’s day playing their favorite game, follow-the-leader. The bull, however, has no interest in playing and stays in his pen, where he delights in intimidating the other animals.Suddenly the day turns frightening: the birds stop chirping, the wind picks up, and the sky turns dark and stormy. It’s a tornado! Otis rouses a game of follow-the-leader to get all of the farm animals safe and sound in the dried-up riverbanks of Mud Creek. But Otis hears a cry in the distance – it’s the bull, still locked in his pen! Quick as his tires will take him, Otis putt puff puttedy chuffs back to the farm to save the day.This brand-new adventure is a perfect accompaniment to any Otis lover’s bookshelf and story time. Book: Hardcover | 9.25 x 6.25in | 40 pages | ISBN 9780399254772 | 06 Sep 2011 | Philomel | 3 – 7 years

From Loren Long: A Letter to Fans

Dear Reader,
I first drove an old tractor working on a Lexington, Kentucky horse farm for a summer job during my college years.
It was ancient and rusty but steady and dependable and still contributed to the farm.
I loved driving that old tractor.
I had no idea back then that I’d become a children’s book author and illustrator someday…let alone write and illustrate my own story about a little tractor named Otis.
Those days back on the horse farm served as part of the inspiration for Otis, the little tractor who loves to work hard and play hard with his friends on the farm that he loves.
Otis and the Tornado is about friendship and loyalty. I hoped to create a character that children will revere as much as I did the books I loved when I was little. A character and a book that becomes a trusted friend, who loves to have fun and who is fiercely loyal, brave and trustworthy.
I had so much fun creating Otis that my publisher and I decided to do another Otis story, Otis and the Tornado. In this new Otis story you’ll read how Otis encounters a storm but also how he handles a new character on the farm that is just plain mean.
Otis and the Tornado is about empathy and bravery.
I hope you’ll share Otis with a little one in your life. And together you’ll get to know a spunky little tractor who works hard and plays hard and always has time for another friend. I hope that new friend is you.